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Hexapon Puzzles

These puzzles use the ten hexapons. The pieces cover an area of 60 unit triangles. Geometric Forms Use all the pieces to make a symmetric pattern. Here are examples for the different types of symmetry. Type of Symmetry Full Double Bilateral Horizontal Vertical Di- Pentapon Puzzles These puzzles use the 4 pentapons, the 4 tetrapons, the 2 tripons and the 2 dipons. The pieces cover an area of 46 unit triangles. Geometric Forms Use all the pieces to make a symmetric pattern. Here are examples for the different types of symmetry. Type of Symmetry Double Bilateral Horizontal Vertical Birotary Extended Tetrapon Puzzles These puzzles use the 18 extended tetrapons. The pieces cover an area of 72 unit triangles. Geometric Forms Use all the pieces to make a symmetric pattern. Here are examples for the different types of symmetry. Type of Symmetry Double Bilateral Horizontal Vertical Birotary

These puzzles use the ten hexapons. The pieces cover an area of 60 unit triangles. Geometric Forms

These puzzles use the ten hexapons. The pieces cover an area of 60 unit triangles.

Geometric Forms

Type of Symmetry

Di- Pentapon Puzzles

These puzzles use the 4 pentapons, the 4 tetrapons, the 2 tripons and the 2 dipons. The pieces cover an area of 46 unit triangles. Geometric Forms Use all the pieces to make a symmetric pattern. Here are examples for the different types of symmetry. Type of Symmetry Double Bilateral Horizontal Vertical Birotary Extended Tetrapon Puzzles These puzzles use the 18 extended tetrapons. The pieces cover an area of 72 unit triangles. Geometric Forms Use all the pieces to make a symmetric pattern. Here are examples for the different types of symmetry. Type of Symmetry Double Bilateral Horizontal Vertical Birotary

These puzzles use the 4 pentapons, the 4 tetrapons, the 2 tripons and the 2 dipons. The pieces cover an area of 46 unit triangles.

Extended Tetrapon Puzzles

These puzzles use the 18 extended tetrapons. The pieces cover an area of 72 unit triangles.

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